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Motorist seriously injured in 10 Freeway crash in Redlands
A motorist suffered major injuries Tuesday, Sept. 18, in a crash on the 10 Freeway in Redlands that blocked the eastbound lanes for more than an hour.
'Armed and dangerous' Moreno Valley man arrested for murder
PERRIS, Calif.- - A man suspected of fatally shooting a 26-year-old Perris resident during a confrontation over the weekend was arrested today in Ontario.Enrique Alberto Lazaro Valencia, 29, was found by investigators following an intense 36-hour search, according to the Riverside County Sheriff's D
Cal State San Bernardino celebrates grand opening of Coyote Village, Coyote Commons - Inland Empire Community News
IECN photo MJ Duncan: Pictured from left: Dr. John Yaun, Assistant Vice President of Student Affairs for Housing and Strategic Initiatives; Harry Le Grande, Interim Vice President of Student Affairs; Dr. Shari McMahan, Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs; Helen Martinez, RHA President; Pr
19-Year-Old Son Accused of Fatally Stabbing Father in Corona: Police
Roy Pagay, 54, was taken to the Riverside Community Hospital for treatment, but later died from his injuries, authorities said.
Southern California surgeon, girlfriend charged with raping 2 women
The district attorney said the couple looked like "clean-cut, good-looking people," but colluded to seduce and assault women they met at bars and local festivals.
Stater Bros. closing all pharmacies and transfering services to CVS Pharmacy - Victor Valley News | VVNG.com
SAN BERNARDINO, Calif.– Stater Bros. Markets expects to complete the sale of certain assets of its SuperRx Pharmacies to CVS Pharmacy later this month. When the transaction is complete, pharmacy records and inventory from all 22 Stater Bros. SuperRx pharmacy locations will be transferred to nearby C
In 2019, the 91 Freeway’s carpool lanes in Riverside County will be more accessible
Beginning in 2019, carpool lanes on the arterial freeway – with the exception of toll lanes – will gradually go from “limited access” to continuous access, the office of Assemblywoman Sabrina Cervantes, D-Riverside, announced Wednesday, Sept. 19. That means you’ll be able to enter and exit the 91’s
California jury: Career criminal guilty of killing 2 teens
FILE – This undated file photo provided by the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office shows Rodney Halbower. Halbower, a career criminal who authorities believe is a serial killer dubbed the Gypsy Hill Killer, faces trial Friday, Sept. 7, 2018, in Northern California for the murders of two young women fo
Woman not wearing seat belt ejected in rollover, dies
A woman driving east on Interstate 10 near Mountain View Avenue struck another car early Tuesday morning, was ejected and died. She was not weather a seat belt.The California Highway Patrol reports that at 2:20 a.m., the driver — a 46-yearold resident of Pearblossom — was driving a gray Volkswagen J
Ex-con charged with murder in connection with Banning shooting
BANNING, Calif.- - An ex-con accused of fatally shooting a man multiple times in Banning was booked today on suspicion of murder.The shooting occurred just before 4 p.m. Tuesday in the 3800 block of W. Ramsey Street. Officers found the victim, whose name was withheld, suffering from multiple gunshot
Man shot and killed in Banning
On Sept. 18, 2018, at 3:51 p.m., Banning Police Department patrol personnel responded to the area of the 3800 block of W. Ramsey Street in the City of Banning, in regards to a male that had been shot.
Man, 2 teens arrested for faking death of young boy in funeral fund scam
Richard Navarrete, 20, and two 14-year-old boys were arrested when investigators determined the boy on the sign was still alive.
Fatal Riverside collision caused by man running red light, police say
Riverside Police investigate the scene of a double fatal crash at La Sierra Ave and Cypress Ave in Riverside on Friday, Sept. 14, 2018. (Photo by Jennifer Cappuccio Maher, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)
Two retail centers — one with 7-Eleven; one with Dollar Tree — on way to San Jacinto
A 57,000-square-foot center was authorized Monday, Sept. 17, by the San Jacinto Planning Commission for the northeast corner of Sanderson Avenue and 7th Street. It will include a 7-Eleven store with a gas station, a fast-food restaurant with a drive-thru and three retail pads.
Family Suspects Hazing in Death of College Student
– Police in Riverside, Calif., say the death of a 20-year-old fraternity pledge is "suspicious," and they are investigating whether hazing played a role. "It's just not the easy whodunit type of case," Officer Ryan Railsback tells theLos Angeles Times. "There's a lot of unknowns about this." While o
Man fatally shot in Banning next to the 10 Freeway
Banning police said the man, who hasn’t been publicly named, had multiple gunshots wounds when officers found him. Paramedics gave medical aid once they arrived at the scene, but the man died of his injuries.
Inland Empire Man Received Funeral Donations For Living Boy: Cops
INLAND EMPIRE, CA -- An Inland Empire man and two teenage boys were arrested Monday for allegedly soliciting funeral donations for a boy who is alive and well. The San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department said Richard Navarrete, 20, of San Bernardino, along with two 14-year-olds whose names were n
Police Investigating Student’s Death as Suspicious; Family Says His Heart Stopped after Hazing Incident
Tyler Hilliard, 20, was set to start his third year at the university next week. But the business major, who was pledging the fraternity Alpha Phi Alpha, died Sunday after an outing with his pledge class.
Riverside man accused of driving drunk in fatal San Bernardino crash pleads guilty
The Riverside manaccused of being drunk when he plowed into two vehicles, including an inmate transportation van, killing a 26-year-old San Bernardino woman, changed his plea from not guilty to guilty Monday, court records indicate.
Activists make voices heard at Peoples Climate March in San Francisco - Inland Empire Community News
Local activists, young and old, from the community participated in the national Peoples Climate March in San Francisco on Saturday, Sept. 8. The Sierra Club arranged for round-trip transportation and lodging for over 30 individuals from the San Bernardino, Riverside and east Coachella Valley areas t